Italian Electropop Such latin disco music kinda boomed in the early 80's in many German clubs. Wasn't liking it too much at that time, but rediscovered its drippy retro atmosphere lately. Lyrics: Francesco Carosone Vocals: Flavia Capodicasa Topics: vocals, lyrics, song, italian, disco, electronica, pop
One of my brother's test tracks, extended by vocals, bass and percussion. The title means 'Your Heart' and the song is "... about the cold and desert heart of someone that seemed to love you, but, in the end, didn't." Vocals, lyrics: SilviaO Topics: electronica, pop, vocals, lyrics, song, latin
Melting ElectroPop into Industrial. Silvia's pellas always sound a bit shy and muted, suitable for ballads and soft-sung tunes. But here I wanted to put her in a somewhat darker environment. Although Goth would have been an option, I decided to do it with Tech/Electro because of some 'happy chords' that I wanted to lighten up this minor key piece. As a nice effect, the synths also make it a bit 80s New Wave, which once has been my favoured dance music. Vocals, lyrics: SilviaO Topics: industrial, pop, electronica, vocals, lyrics, song, latin, dark
Synthpop version of a traditional Austrian folk song. For those who don't know the original version: it's a quite sentimental and drippy waltz in major key with simple lyrics and joyful melody, usually performed by vocalist/choir and a good amount of strings. My electrified version is in minor key and the lyrics are sung via vocoder. To maintain authenticity, I've thrown in some yodel clips. Lyrics: Karl Ganzer Topics: electronica, synth, pop, traditional, folk, vocals, lyrics, song, german, austria, vocoder
Holy reading over Minimal Deep Tech-House. Although I'm atheist and never cared about political/religious correctness, I had to drop this one as pure provocation; just to satirize the recent hype of 'Burn a Quran' (which IMO is a silly idea anyway). From a musical point of view I love listening to any meditative recitings, and after a couple of western and eastern mixdowns it's just another one in a series of spiritual chanting tunes. Speaker: Ali Abo-Hashim Lyrics: Quran, Qáf (Sure 50) Topics: experimental, ambient, electronica, minimal, house, ethno, vocals, lyrics, spoken, chant, oriental,...